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Ex-AAP minister Sandeep Kumar's private secretary held for 'circulating' sex clip
Private Secretary of ex-AAP minister Sandeep Kumar has been detained by the police. On Monday, Delhi police detained Praveen Kumar on the suspicion that he is responsible for circulating the infamous sex clip of the politician that found it's way to a news channel.
Vikramjit Singh, deputy commissioner of police (outer), said that Praveen has been taken into custody and will be questioned regarding the case.

After the sex-tape found it's way into media, Sandeep was removed as the minister of Delhi and his party membership has been suspended. But AAP is yet to take a decision on his removal from the party.

This comes in after the woman who purportedly figured in an 'objectionable' CD with him, accused him of rape, following which Kumar on Saturday surrendered at the DCP's office in the national capital.

A complaint of rape was filed against Sandeep Kumar by the woman who figured in the video with him. The woman had approached Sultanpuri police station in North Delhi. She has accused the ex-minister of allegedly raping her after spiking her drink.

The woman has alleged that she had gone to meet the minister to seek help in obtaining a ration card and was asked to wait at the minister's office. Later, she was offered a cold drink which was allegedly spiked, that left her unconscious. She has alleged that she was then taken to the minister's house that is adjacent to his office where the minister raped her.

Kumar, who has surrendered to the police, has been remanded to a one day police custody by the court.

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